Lol… you sleep in church??? Read this!!!

The preacher stood in the pulpit, arm on his microphone wearing a nicely tailored suit that seemed to have celestial powers. He walked majestically across the altar and spoke on a topic that caught your attention.You were interested because of the vigor of his message, you then decided to pay him 100% attention. Your eyes…

via How To Avoid Sleeping In Church — Nairaland

what a country! steal billions,you will be vindicated, but try to do this you will be convicted.

A young man was arrested and put in handcuffs after he was apprehended while stealing meat from the kitchen of the Parish Priest of St. Paul Catholic Church, Rev. Father Francis Effiong at the University of Calabar (UNICAL). According to a report, the suspect entered the Priest’s kitchen this morning when the clergy had left…

via Man Arrested After He Was Caught Stealing Meat From Priest’s Kitchen (Photo) — Nairaland


Typically in most nations, people make money in the private sector and then go into politics, but in Nigeria the reverse is the case. People go into politics to make money. I observer this trend as a businessman in the private sector and I went into politics to change it. Before I could change this […]

via Africa’s Future Lies in Trade Not in Aid! — Ben Murray-Bruce

Clergy shot in Abia State and dismembered

​ Police in Abia state are on the hunt for six men who shot dead a pastor and dismembered his body on Saturday, May 13. Pastor Nnaemeka Ukenye, 48, was the head pastor of “Behold he cometh pentecostal church”, a popular church in Ikwuano LGA, Umuahia, Abia state. An eyewitness said Pastor Ukenye […]

via Pastor shot and dismembered in Abia state, eyewitness recounts details — Daily News Lagos

suspected cattle rustlers attacks Gold miners; kills many in Nothern Nigeria

winnerMotorcycle-riding attackers believed to be cattle rustlers struck late on Monday at a gold mine outside Bindin village in northern Zamfara state, shooting dead miners and gold merchants.

The state governor condemned the attack “in strongest terms” in a government statement, describing it as an “act of terrorism”.

The statement said an investigation had been launched, while local residents said it was just the latest deadly raid by cattle thieves on herding communities in the state.

“We have no doubt that the cattle thieves that have been terrorising us were behind the attack,” resident Lawwali Usmanu told AFP.

“We buried 36 bodies of those killed in the attack today. For us it is a day of mourning,” he said.

Zamfara is known for its huge gold deposits and mines still using traditional methods. A local chief said the gunmen entered the mine tunnels, shooting dead the miners after killing traders standing at the surface.

Many local herders and subsistence farmers turn to gold mining to boost their income.

Rural communities in the state have long been plagued by cattle thieves, who kill villagers, loot and torch homes, prompting locals to form vigilante groups to fight off the gangs.

In July, Nigeria deployed troops to rid the state of cattle rustling and other criminal activities.

Attacks by nomadic Fulani herdsmen on farmers have been a persistent headache for Nigeria this year, adding to security woes in a country already grappling with the Boko Haram Islamist insurgency.

The mainly Muslim Fulani herders and largely Christian farmers have clashed for decades over increasingly scarce land and resources, particularly in Nigeria’s religiously mixed central states.

But the violence has escalated in recent months and spread further south.

In February, hundreds of people were said to have been killed and about 1,000 homes destroyed in central Benue state in a wave of attacks blamed on Fulani.


trump_0Indeed after so many hard-fought campaign between him and his rival, Donald Trump becomes the 45th president of the United States, capping a historic run by an outsider who captured a loyal following across a swath of America fed up with establishment politics, the news media and elected officials.

His success was only part of a larger, crushing victory for the Republican Party, which retained the House and appeared poised to maintain Senate control.

The brash New York businessman will win at least 270 electoral votes, according to NBC News projections, and will take his Republican ticket to the White House in January. Trump had trailed Democrat Hillary Clinton in polling averages for nearly the entire election cycle, but he bucked prognostications by picking up states many pundits deemed out of his reach.

The 70-year-old real estate mogul — who is now the oldest person ever elected to a first presidential term — declared victory early Wednesday, saying Clinton had conceded the election and that it’s time for the nation “to come together as one united people.”

The Republican congratulated his Democratic rival, saying that she waged “a very very hard-fought campaign.” He also commended her for having “worked very long and very hard” over her political career

The Nigerian Battle

Corruption,Thou art cursed!

Why have thou chosen my dear country to lay thy filthy hands upon?

Who teacheth a child to lie yet he does it perfectly

The old is corrupt;

The young is corrupt;

What about the rich and poor?

Corruption in its many dimensions!

No one is void of thee!

Thou art the foundation of the court;witholding justice between the have and the have not;

Thou art the foundation of every political intention;

Your smell is everywhere in my father’s land;

You seem to have eaten deep into the economy;

Corruption! will Nigeria ever be free from thee?